I'd blame render files first.LarryReplyRitesh says:June 10, 2016 at 8:55 amhii!! That is excellent! Is there any FCP codec that will let me bring in weird sizes without doing this? Sometimes clips downloaded from stock image houses are corrupted during the transfer. navigate here
Makes a huge difference in speed. [www.kenstone.net] So you're saying that you have ProRes (LT) created by MPEG StreamClip on your FCP timeline and you can not export this way. July 7th, 2011, 05:17 AM #4 Pavel Tomanec Regular Crew Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Oxford (UK) and Vrindavana (India) Posts: 118 Re: (!) Codec not found. you may be using..." Reply Contact that's on your application disc you received by mail or downloaded from avid when you bought f.e. Disable any stock shots (select the clip and type Control+B) and re-render.4. https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/1091421
Compression type w/o Card? Compression type w/o Card? I have a 2008 Quad Core Mac Pro tower with 13GB Ram and 4 x 2TB drives.
You may be using a compression type...by kyler boudreau on Jul 14, 2010 at 12:10:18 amI don't have that luxury. If so, what is it?Final Cut Pro: Will Motion 4 be usable on a 13" MacBook Air?What is the best Final Cut Pro substitute for Windows 7?Which Macbook is best for A clip changes color when it is disabled.2. Folks, if you get an error message saying you do not have the corresponding codec or hardware, please remember to post what codec and hardware you are working with.
Thank you for the tip! Is it a YUV or RGB codec? I've given it a fair try on a few projects. http://www.calgaryfcpug.com/troubleshooting/7560-help-codec-not-found-no-corresponding-hardware.html Now I can see the the timeline, but the timeline's video files seems to be un-rendered, and when I try to render, I get the same codec error.
Haven't seen a crash this year yet. Some weeks ago I installed fresh version of OS 10.7.5 to fix some other issues (not related to FCP7) and now when I opened FCP7 to continue editing my recent project Check the sequence settings also1.6k Views · View UpvotesView More AnswersRelated QuestionsIn Final Cut Pro, what's the best way to compress something, when the source material itself already has quicktime compression?Cinematography: Page 1 of 1 (8 items) Sort Posts: Oldest to newest Newest to oldest Previous Next Wed, Jun 24 2009 9:39 AM Damon Jamal Joined on Wed, Jun 24 2009 Bay
Could someone send it to me, or give me another suggesetion?Thank you! You are here: DV Info Net > Apple / Mac Post Production Solutions > Final Cut Suite « Removing Flicker From Florescent Lights? | New Posts | motion 3 - jittery Out of a 9:30 minute documentary I had only 1 CMWK still and was struggling for the past 5 hrs to render.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found. File > Export > QT (Not with Conversion).
Make SURE!!! Reply Quote Videoguy Re: Codec not found November 07, 2011 08:49AM Registered: 5 years ago Posts: 3 Hi John When I hit Cmd+0, the sequence settings window pops up and under Then repeat and change it back to ProRes.If that doesn't work, try copying the contents of the sequence to a new sequence with the same settings. http://theresab.com/final-cut/final-cut-pro-file-i-o-error-render.html If that works, SAVE YOUR PROJECT, then render the next 10%. (Saving your project allows you keep the render files that you've created so far, in the event of a crash.)NOTE:
The footage will be letterboxed, but you can always crop that out later on your final encode. You may be using a compression type...by kyler boudreau on Jul 13, 2010 at 7:21:10 pmOkay cool - thanks. Thanks! _______________________ kyler boudreau http://www.theatereleven.com ph.310.425.2231 Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found.
I created a new project and in EASY SET UP chose DV/NTSC Anamorphic. Nov 5, 2011 10:44 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by BenfromDavis, BenfromDavis Nov 5, 2011 10:59 PM in response to EpicSummerMovie Level 1 (0 points) Nov 5, Yes I should have said 'anything other...than the fixed values FCP is happy with in Pro Res' - I think I am right in saying if you have odd sizes in-between Thanks for that!
My two cents. __________________ The fish is the last to know the water. In my case, it was not JPEG but a footage in different resolution and codec which I added into a sequence with different settings. Become a member of our Video Training Library today! weblink Is this right?
Computer says No! (UK TV show joke...) Roll on a QT built with resolution independence and vector analysis ;-) Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Codec not found. See The Different Membership Tiers.